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Latest Content From Molly Campbell

Keep Up to Date With COVID-19 Vaccine Development
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Technology Networks is committed to keeping you updated with the latest research in this space. In this article, you'll find a curation of our latest COVID-19 vaccine-related content.

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A Long Day's Night: Working on the Frontline of Structural Biology in COVID-19 Times
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After the initial outbreak of COVID-19 and the sequencing of the virus' genome, Garry Buchko and colleagues quickly assembled to prioritize structural genomics efforts to focus on deciphering important protein structures from SARS-CoV-2. In this interview, we learn about Bucko's research focus and how his team are working to decipher to the structure of SARS-Cov-2's proteins.

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Venturing Into the Dark Unknown of Metabolomics With Deep Learning
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The art and beauty of science is the endless quest; the quest for new discoveries, new knowledge and evidence that either propels what we already know one step further or makes us firmly stop in our tracks, take a step back and reassess what we think we know. This continual pursuit has brought scientists to, arguably, one of the greatest challenges yet in modern discovery: the field of metabolomics.

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Clinical Trial Shows Topical Stem Cell Treatment Leads to Hair Regrowth in Common Type of Baldness
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The results of a new clinical trial published in the journal STEM CELLS Translational Medicine demonstrate how a topical solution made up of stem cells leads to the regrowth of hair for people with a common type of baldness.

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Blood Test Can Determine Adherence to a Mediterranean Diet and Cardiovascular Disease Risk
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A team of scientists led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health with collaborators from the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and Spain have worked to develop a metabolic signature as a biological measure to evaluate adherence and metabolic response. The signature also can predict cardiovascular disease risk.

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Genetic Study Heeds Caution at Excess Coffee Consumption
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In a study published in Clinical Nutrition , expert epidemiologist Elina Hyppönen and team at the Australian Centre for Precision Health turned to genetics to dig deeper into the impact of coffee consumption on health outcomes.

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Treating Bacterial Vaginosis With More Bacteria
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The results from a new clinical trial exploring the use of a "live biotherapeutic" to treat recurring bacterial vaginosis are positive.

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The Startup Turning Yeast Into Psychedelics
Industry Insight

Technology Networks recently spoke with Nick Milne, co-founder and CSO at Octarine to learn more about what science says on the therapeutic benefits of psychedelic compounds, why a bio-based approach for manufacturing is advantageous and the challenges associated.

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Three Definitely Isn't a Crowd When It Comes to Protein Complex Analysis
Industry Insight

In a study published in Cell Reports, members of the Washburn Lab described their three-pronged approach to analyzing protein complexes – affinity tag protein purification, chemical crosslinking with high-resolution mass spectrometry and computational molecular modeling with protein docking. We interviewed Washburn to find out more.

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Genetic Study Suggests Pangolins May Possess an Evolutionary Advantage Against Coronaviruses
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In most mammals, there are certain genes that can be likened to an "alarm system", informing an organism when foreign material such as a virus enters the body and triggering an immune response. A new study published in the journal Frontiers in Immunology suggests that pangolins, despite being mammals, lack two of the genes involved in such an alarm system.

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